The clash with the Seminoles marks the third time in UCF’s last five matches that it battles a team ranked in the top 10. On Aug. 28, the Black and Gold fell to No. 1 North Carolina, 4-0, and two days later it upset then-No. 10 Duke, 3-2.

UCF will enter this week’s action with a 3-1-1 record, and it will be its first home matches since the season-opening triumph over Florida Gulf Coast Aug. 21.